- Gyanendra Kumar Knojiya
What is an API?
Application Programming Interface (API) is a software middleman that allows two apps to communicate with one another.
You utilize an API every time you use an app like Facebook, send an instant message, or check the weather on your phone.
1. Movie database (IMDB)
If you’re looking for information on movies, shows, or anything else, here is the place to go. You may utilize the IMDB API, which is incredibly user-friendly.
2. Food Recipes (Spoonacular API)
Are you on the lookout for a new recipe? Soonacular is a fantastic API that will help you with your next project by providing you with some recipes.
3. Rick & Morty database
The Rick and Morty API is based on the Rick and Morty television program. Hundreds of personalities, photographs, places, and episodes will be available to you.
4. Random Advice
It’s a really quick API to use! It will give you some illogical suggestions!
You can test this get API right now https://api.adviceslip.com/advice
5. Fake User
Do you require a fictitious user for your website? This API will return a list of fictitious users.
6. User icons (DiceBear)
DiceBear is a designer and developer’s avatar library. For example, you can quickly try it at this URL: https://avatars.dicebear.com/api/male/john.svg?background=%230000ff
7. Cats fact
This app will use online APIs and services to perform one thing only: deliver cat facts.
check this API https://cat-fact.herokuapp.com/facts